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CBSE to restore the traditional method of single board examinations

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to dissolve their newly introduced bifurcated exam system for class X and XII board examinations and restore the former single-exam format from the next academic year.

During the pandemic, due online classes, lack of effective understanding and many other valid reasons, CBSE decided to introduce a bifurcated system of board exams for class X and XII students. In this pattern, two examinations were scheduled, Term-1 held in the months of November-December and Term-2 which is to be given more weightage is scheduled to start from 26 April. But as things are getting normal after this epidemic, CBSE has decided to dissolve their newly introduced bifurcated pattern and restore the traditional single exam format. The official said “CBSE never announced that the two-term exam format will be continued henceforth. It was a one-time formula. Now that schools are functioning in full capacity, the decision, for now, is to stick to the one-time exam format.”

According to sources, CBSE for now, will stick to the syllabus followed during lockdowns which was reduced from the actual syllabus by 30 percent. Schools will continue to teach the reduced syllabus from previous textbooks until any further rationalisation of syllabus from NCERT announced.

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